We empower families impacted by autism to achieve independence and guarantee the best quality of life for our Intercare kids.
We offer individualized, evidence-based interventions to help clients and families achieve and maintain positive behavior change across home, school, or community settings.
All of our services are based on the principles of ABA.
Services we offer: - Applied Behavior Analysis: ABA is an evidence-based approach utilizing individualized treatment plans, derived from standardized assessments, which use established milestones of typical development to determine the treatment goals. Our clinicians work to decrease challenging behaviors and teach new skills to increase desired behavior. - Feeding Therapy: Feeding therapy is commonly prescribed for children that present with a diagnosis of ARFID (Avoidant Restricted Food Intake Disorder) that may or may not be accompanied by other comorbid diagnoses, such as ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). Feeding therapy is based on the principles derived from the field of Applied Behavior Analysis to target multiple or individual feeding behaviors which consists of, but are not limited to, increasing overall food consumption, increasing consumption of food across food groups or brands, increasing food consumption across textures, reducing maladaptive behaviors, and increasing independent consumption of age-appropriate textures of food. Feeding therapy consists of weekly, biweekly, or monthly sessions depending the severity of the individuals feeding problems and clinician’s recommendation.
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Darcy has been working in the field of ABA for over 10 years. She received her BA in Psychology from SFSU and a MS in Counseling with an emphasis on Applied Behavior Analysis from CSU Los Angeles. She became a BCBA in 2009.